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At least 19 people, including two 10-year-old children, were injured when gunmen opened fire on marchers in a Mother's Day parade in New Orleans yesterday, the Times-Picayune reports. No fatalities have been reported, but three victims are in critical condition. Police believe three suspects and at least two different weapons were involved. The suspects—one of whom is described as 18 to 22 years old with short hair, wearing a white shirt and blue jeans—were seen fleeing after the incident and are still at large.
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's mishap on the 14th wasn't what we've come to expect when he holds a late lead on the PGA Tour. Up two shots with five holes to play, it looked like cruise control for the No. 1 player in the world. Woods' record when leading speaks for itself, and this seemed like another instance that would end with a Sunday lap for Woods.
But we knew it would eventually happen when Tiger had a solid lead over a talented field. He hit his tee shot in the water, failed to get his next shot on the green and missed his bogey putt. He fell back to the field and had to find another gear late on Sunday at an event he hasn't loved in the past.
But he caught a break two holes later as his second shot barely cleared the water on the par-5 16th and he was able to get up and down for a birdie.
[Garcia on Woods: 'He's not the nicest guy on tour']
Then came. The guy who openly professed he wasn't a huge fan of Tiger earlier in the week when the two were paired together looked like the best bet to catch Woods and possibly force a star-studded playoff. The 33-year-old's second shot on the 16th showed just how focused he was.
Garcia made a birdie there to match Woods at 13-under before approaching the par-3 17th, the most famous hole in the world and one that was good for Garcia back in 2008 when he won in a playoff over Paul Goydos.
Sergio hit a wedge that was right at the flag, but came up a full club short in the drink. His second shot didn't do much better, finding the water as well and resulting in an ugly quadruple-bogey 7. Sergio followed that up with a wet double-bogey on the 18th to boot, and it was Tiger's tournament even after a late push by little known David Lingmerth.
We talk all the time about Tiger and when he will be the guy he used to be, but the conversation is obviously dead after this win, his fourth of 2013. This is the fastest Tiger has ever got to four wins in a season, and despite some loose swings as he was closing, it was Tiger who was, again, able to calm the storm and reign supreme at an event that hasn't been his favorite in the past decade.
The PGA Tour is Tiger's world once again, and if it wasn't for a bulky flagstick on the 15th hole at Augusta National, we might just be talking about his finest season ever as a professional.
A Florida couple will never forget their 20th wedding anniversary after this encounter in Mexico.
The couple was scuba diving when the dive master told them to get out of the water. He said he spotted killer whales chasing their boat.
The wild incident was caught on camera, with the wife screaming in delight the whole time.
“I really feel like they were getting as much excitement about me screaming and making a big deal as they were having fun.”
There were 20 whales in all -- maybe one for each year they couple has been married? The pod chased the boat for about an hour.
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What will become of Ariel Castro’s house of horrors?
For now, the Cleveland home where the 52-year-old former school bus driver allegedly held Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight hostage for a decade, beating them and raping them until they were freed last week, is still considered an active crime scene. The windows and doors have been boarded up (by the same construction crew that shuttered the home of serial killer Anthony Sowell in 2009), and a ten-foot-high chain link fence has been erected around the dilapidated two-story, four-bedroom home on Seymour Avenue.
But even as police continue their investigation, neighbors are anxious for the Castro home to be wiped off the map.
“As a representative of the county, it is my job to understand what the residents want—and this community wants it down,” says Cleveland city councilman Brian Cummins. Of course, he notes, nothing will happen until the criminal case is resolved. “We can’t take it down until it’s cleared for evidentiary purposes.” He says he would also like to get input from the survivors. “I don’t want to make a decision without them,” he says. “Right now we are in total mode to serve their needs.”
Still, there are immediate concerns. Cummins has already heard of at least three threats of arson directed at the property. “It started on the second day” Cummins says, meaning the day after Castro’s alleged crimes were discovered last Monday. “Hopefully they are just peeved.”
Police, however, are keeping tabs on the property with around-the-clock surveillance.
Some neighbors are, too. Elsie Cintron, who lives three doors down, says she and her sons plan on keeping an eye out to ensure the house doesn’t get torched. She wants to see it gone just like everyone else, but she doesn’t want vigilante justice. Plus, she worries that if someone sets the place on fire, the blaze could take out other homes on the block—including that of neighborhood hero Charles Ramsey. “People are talking out of anger because it was under our eyes and no one knew anything,” Cintron says of the threats.
Ron Burgundy and Kanye West could cross paths in the upcoming "Anchorman" sequel. "Access Atlanta" says the rapper was spotted filming a cameo for "Anchorman 2" in downtown Atlanta this week.
Not much is known about the scene except source accounts of a big fight in the midst of Woodruff Park.
Adding to the cameo-packed comedy, E! News says former "Saturday Night Live" stars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were also seen at the park. Harrison Ford and Kristen Wiig were previously announced as cast additions.
Will Smith, Liam Neeson, Nicole Kidman, Jim Carey and Jane Lynch are also rumored to be making appearances in the film.
Will Ferrell reprises his role as self-absorbed, moustachioed newsman Ron Burgundy in "Anchorman 2." The movie opens nationwide on December 20th.
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Welders have just finished installing the spire atop One World Trade Center in lower Manhattan. The installation of the 408-foot spire officially makes it the tallest building in the western hemisphere. The tower located at the northwest corner of the World Trade Center site now stands a total of 1776 feet, in honor of the year America signed the Declaration of Independence.